A New Britain male struck by a motorist on High Road nearby a Chamberlain Highway Saturday night
has died from “serious injuries” suffered in a accident, military pronounced Monday
morning, and a lady concerned is now confronting associated charges.
The 36-year-old Eber Perez, of 571 Myrtle St. in New Britain, was taken to the
Hospital of Central Connecticut with injuries, military pronounced Monday, but
eventually died while during a hospital. He had been walking on a side of the
road when he was struck, Berlin Deputy Chief John Klett said.
“Initial review indicates that Perez was walking southbound on a right
shoulder of High Road when he was struck from behind by a car operated by
(Debra) Bailey,” Klett said.
“Bailey primarily stopped though left a stage of a pile-up before to a arrival
of a police. She was located during her home and arrested for handling underneath the
influence,” he said. “Additional charges are approaching tentative further
Bailey, 60, of 42 Huckleberry Lane in Kensington, was taken into custody
Saturday night and expelled after posting bond. She is due in New Britain
Superior Court in Jan 2014.
The collision occurred Saturday only before 8 p.m. in a area of High Road nearby a Chamberlain Highway in
Berlin, Klett said. Perez was not channel a travel as military initially
indicated, though rather was walking along a right side of a road, streamer the
same instruction as traffic.
The Mid-State Accident Reconstruction Squad was called in to support in the
investigation. Anyone with additional
information on this occurrence is asked to hit Traffic Officer Robert Canto
at (860) 828-7080.